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THE CIRCLE 




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ADMINISTRATION 

Mr. Gardner Sutton, Comptroller; A.B. Harvard University 

Miss Isabel Maxwell Hancock, Director of Admissions, Mathematics 

Miss Eleanor Morin Tucker, Director of Studies, Chemistry 

Miss Catherine Jane Sullivan, Alumnae Secretary; A.B. Wheaton College, 

Ed. M. Boston University 
Miss Hope Coolidge, Dietician, House Superintendent; A.B. Salem College, 

M.S. Teachers College, Columbia University 
Miss Mildred Alathea Hatch, Director of Residence, Latin 




ENGLISH 

First Row: Mrs. Paul Werner, A.B. Bryn Mawr College; Mrs. Alexander 
Crane, A.B. Bryn Mawr College. 

Second Row: Miss Kathleen Von Tress, A.B. University of Pennsylvania; 
Mrs. John H. Sisson, A.B. Vassar College, M.A. Wellesley College; Miss 
Hilary Andrade-Thompson, A.B. Honors Degree London University, Certifi- 
cate in Education Cambridge University 




HISTORY 

Seated: Miss Janet Fraser, A.B. Wellcsley College 
Second Row: Mrs. Richard Norwood, A.B. Wellesley 
College; Miss Marion McEnery, A.B. Wellesley Col- 
lege, M.A. Boston University 



MATH 

First Row: Miss Carolyn Goodwin, A.B., M.A. Smith 
College; Miss Isabel Hancock, A.B. Hollins College, 
M.A. in Teaching, Radcliffe College 
Second Row: Miss Dorothy Dains, A.B. Pembroke 
College; Miss Joan Adaskin, A.B. Western Reserve 
University, Ed.M. Boston University 





SCIENCE 

Miss J. Pamela Tinker, B.S. Sheffield, England, 
Diploma in Administration, University of Leeds 
Miss Eleanor Tucker, A.B., M.A. Smidi College 
Mrs. George E. McKinley, B.S. Boston University 
Miss Janet Bolen, B.S. Madison College 



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FRENCH 

Seated: Mile. Germaine Arosa, Prix d'excellence de 
diction et de comedie, Paris; Middlebury College 
School of French; The Sorbonne Summer School 
Second Row: Mme. Jacques Tallot, Licenciee-es- 
Lettres, Universite de Rennes; Miss Edith Jones, A.B. 
Middlebury College, Graduate work at New York 
State College for Teachers, McGill University, and the 
Sorbonne; Mile. Marie Baratte, Baccalaureat - es - 
Lettres, Universite de Rennes, M.A. Edinburgh Uni- 
versity 



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SPANISH AND LATIN 

Miss Dorothy Judd, Spanish; B.S. College of William 
and Mary, M.A. Columbia University 

Mrs. Paul C. DeGavre, Latin; A.B. New Jersey Col- 
lege for Women 

Miss Mildred Hatch, Latin; A.B. Boston University, 
Graduate Study Boston University 

Miss Harriet McKee, Latin; A.B. Vassar College, M.A. 
Columbia University 






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BIBLE AND SPECIAL ENGLISH 

Mrs. Walter G. Grcenall, Jr., Language Training; B.S. 
Boston University 

Dr. Hans Sidon, Bible; A.B., B.D., University of Du- 
buque, Ph.D. Graduate School of Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary 

Mrs. Horace Scldon, Bible; A.B. University of Wiscon- 
sin, M.A. Hartford School of Religious Education 

Missing: Mrs. J. Theodore Whitney, Language Train- 
ing; A.B. Smith College 



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MUSIC 

First row: Mrs. Charles J. Stahle, Accompanist; Miss 
Kate Frisian, Choral Music, Piano; Studied at Glasgow 
Athenaeum, and with Sophie Weisse, D. F. Tovey, 
and Tobias Mattay 

Second row: Mr. Raymond Coon, Organ, Piano, 
Theory of Music; New England Conservatory of 
Music, Studied with Heinrich Gebhard. Boston; Miss 
Gertrude Tingley, Singing; Studied with Mme. Povla 
Frijsh, Percy Rector Stephens, Isidore Luckstone, Solo 
appearance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra 
Missing: Miss Gertrude Ehrhart, Singing; Studied 
with Isidore Luckstone, Solo appearances with Boston 
Symphony and Handel and Haydn Society, Joint re- 
citals with Nicholas Slonimsky, Carol Salzedo and 
Eugene Goosseus; Mr. William Schneider, Violin; 
Mus.Ed.B. Northwestern University; Mrs. Richard R. 
John, Flute; A.B. Wellesley College, Graduate Study 
at Columbia University and London University. 





ART, LIBRARY, DRAMA 

Seated: Mrs. Mary Howe Baker, Librarian; A.B. Vas- 
sar College, M.A. Radcliffe College 
Standing: Miss Margaret G. Howland, History of Art; 
A.B. Barnard College, M.A. Bryn Mawr College, 
Graduate Study Radcliffe College; Miss Patience 
Haley, Art; A.B. Oberlin College; Miss Olthje Chris- 
tine Von Erpecom, Speech and Drama; Royal Acad- 
emy of Dramatic Art, London, Study at University of 
Florence, National Theatre of Bergen, Norway, and 
Old Vic Theatre, London 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Seated: Miss Shirley Ritchie, B.S. New Jersey State 
Teachers College 

Standing: Miss Janet Bolen, Mrs. John K. Butler, 
Miss Dorothy Judd 





ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES 

Seated: Miss Elisabeth A. Quimby, Miss Norma J. 

Hunt 

Standing: Mrs. Frank DiClemente, Mrs. Arthur Neu- 

mark 

Missing: Mrs. Frank B. Brainerd 




ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES 

L to R: Mrs. Harold Bond, Mrs. Spencer Hurtt, Miss 
Marion Crozier 




INFIRMARY 

Miss Julia Kathleen Ayre, B.N.; Hospital for Sick 
Children, Toronto, Post Graduate of Toronto Hos- 
pital for Consumptives 

Dr. Charles H. Hollis, M.D.; A.B. Harvard University, 
M.D. Tufts Medical School 

Miss Marian G. Perkins, R.N.; B.S. Simmons College, 
Children's Hospital School of Nursing 




ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES 

Seated: Mrs. Henry E. Davies 

Standing: Miss Alice Blake, Mrs. George Richards, 

Mrs. Caroline Creed Eaton 







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BUSINESS STAFF 

L to R: Miss Louise Robinson, Mrs. Arthur R. Luce, 
Jr., Mrs. Arthur Quintal, Mrs. Malcolm Sachse 



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Miss Ritchie, Class Advisor, and Senior Class Officers 
E. Hall, Vice-President: Z. Makepeace, Treasurer: 
A. Travers, President; L. Smith, Secretary. 




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JUDITH BARRETT AGOR 

Echo Valley, Mahopac, New York 
1958-1959 "Judy" 

Fidelio 4; Senior Drama Group; Soccer Varsity 4. 
W.U.S. Representative 4. 

"I got a red Indian. Only — more days. Hudgie." Pet 
peeve — Dirty tea glasses, bells, bells, bells, fire drills, 
wee hours. Foibles — yelling too much at football 
games, leaving cuds' rounds. Noted for — Red-skins, 
newspapers, dogs with squeaky noises, tape recorder. 



GALE BARTON 

164 Lowell Street, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Missy" 

Class Secretary 1; Treasurer of Day Students 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Proctor 1, 2, 3; Chapel Proctor 2; Hon- 
orable Mention 1, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; A.C.A. Representa- 
tive 1; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Basketball Varsity 
3; Fencing Varsity 1, 2; Hockey Varsity 2, 4; Tennis 
Varsity 2, 3; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4. 
"Oh! Heavens! Terrific. Really!? It's Friday." Pet 
Peeve - Dead tennis balls. Foibles - disappearing. 
Noted for — tennis, that hot rod, down on the island, 
"SHEENA." 




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MARGARET LOUISE BEEBE 

43 Chester Street, Nashua, N. H. 

1956-1959 "Peggy, Beeb" 

Corridor Proctor 2; Chapel Proctor 2; Debating So- 
ciety 3, 4; Vice-President and Secretary of Debating 
Society 4; Fidelio 4; Honor Roll 2; Honorable Men- 
tion 2. 

"You're kidding! Ah-er — please get out; I'm studying 
(?). In Europe ..." Pet Peeve - R.C. at P.A. Foibles 
— keeping her saddle shoes in a box. Noted for — 
Frankness. 




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ELIZABETH EWING BELL 

5235 Westminster Place, Pittsburgh 32, Pa. 
1956-1959 "Lolly, L-Bell" 

Class Secretary 2; A.C.A. Representative 2; Class 
Treasurer 3; Chairman Davis Hall Marshals 3; Hock- 
ey Varsity 3; Lacrosse Varsity 3; Numerals 2; "A" So- 
ciety 3, 4; High Honors in Athletics 4; Fidelio 4; Pres- 
ident of Athletic Association 4; Student Govern- 
ment 4. 

"Dear face. Betch'a cookie . . ." Pet Peeve — "Are you 
really a twin?" Foible — That -Nock. Noted for — that 
sophisticated ? look! 



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SUSAN ELIZABETH BRADLEY 

5 Central Lane, Andover, Mass. 

1955-1959 "Brads, Sue, Susie B." 

Fencing Varsity 3; Numerals 3; Proctor 1, 2, 3; Debat- 
ing Society 3; Commencement Play 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Day Student Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Cheerlead- 
ing 4. 

"Where is he? Guess who I saw . . . no! Fiddlesticks. 
Skipperdee and Me." Pet Peeve — anti-phillipacademi- 
ties, french pizzas. Foibles — Persistency, talking 
about . . . Noted for — Eloise. 





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SUSAN MARGARET CALNAN 

14 Gloucester Street, Boston, Mass. 

1955-1959 "Maggie the Cat, Calby, Muggsie, Sue" 
Numerals 2; "A" Society 2, 3, 4; Soccer Varsity 2, 3, 4; 
Softball Varsity 2, 3; Class Vice-President 2; Com- 
mencement Play 3; High Honors in Athletics 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Government 2, 4; Vice-President of Athletic As- 
sociation 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honorable Mention 
1, % 3 . 

"I'm pooped! My mind's made up; don't confuse me 
with the facts!" Pet Peeve - Tab Hunter, B.M.O.C.'S. 
Foibles — brains, choice passages from "Cat On A Hot 
Tin Roof." The Chesterfield Commercial. Noted for 
— being in the nosiest crowd, Eddie Fisher, her wit. 




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CAROL ANN CLEMENTS 

Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Clem, Reb" 

Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 
4; Fencing Varsity 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Day Student 
Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. 

"So— oo what?!! Tough; likewise! My baby! Just play- 
ing. Pet Peeve — conformists; hypocrites; cats; chil- 
dren (?). Foibles — reckless existence . . . Noted for — 
the convertible that runs in extremes. Speed on 
horses. "Bewitched? Bothered? and Bewildered?" 





SHARON LOUISE COOPER 

2419 49th Street North, St. Petersburgh, Florida 
1956-1959 "Coop" 

Numerals 3; Chapel Proctor 2, 3; Hockey Varsity 3, 
4; Lacrosse Varsity 3; "A" Society 3, 4; Treasurer of 
Athletic Association 4. 

"Pick a winner . . . any winner. Shape up. That's the 
breaks." Pet Peeve — snow, (in any language.) Foi- 
bles — Redheads, ham bones. Noted for — "The Queen 
of the Choral Class," those "during dinner naps." 



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FAITH WENTWORTH CRITCHLEY 

48 Salem Street, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Crick" 

Day Student Proctor 1; Honorable Mention 2; Honor 
Roll 2; Numerals 4. 

"Greetings! Greetings! Greetings! Thank Heavens! 
Yes. No. UnHun." Pet Peeve — Magpies and such 
birds. Idle chatter. Foibles — that virtue, keeping her 
eyes and ears open and mouth closed. Noted for — 
quiet wit and subtle humor, that Gobel Look . . .!!! 



ELIZABETH RODGERS EVANS 

Quinta Patricia, Calle Altamira, Urbanizacion 
Country Club, Caracas, Venezuela 
1956-1959 "Chica" 

Commencement Play 3. 

"Go away and let me hibernate — I wanna sleeeep! 
Chas. Hoy es viernes, gracias, a quien?" Pet Peeve — 
those dreadful, dreadful unmentionables — composi- 
tions. People who go around pouring water on people 
trying to sleep. Noted for — artistic talent! Spanish, 
the cuatro. 




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MARILYNN RANSOM FAIRFAX 

222 Corlies Avenue, Pelham, New York 
1956-1959 "Randy" 

Head Chapel Proctor 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; 
Senior Drama Class 4; Senior Parlor Librarian 4; 
Courant 4; Debating Society 3; Honor Roll 2; Honor- 
able Mention 2. 3. 

"Aw, poopsie! Wake up and die right." Pet Peeve — 
bad spellers when it comes to Marilyn . . . n! Foibles 
— that svelte look! pouring water on sleeping roomate. 
Noted for — brains, free gum chewing, and midnite 
typing. 





MARY REGINA FELTWELL 

26 Woodland Road, Sewickley, Pa. 
1956-1959 "Molly, Mol, Folly" 

W.U.S. Representative 2; Hockey Varsity 3, 4; Tennis 
Varsity 3; Numerals 4; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3. 

"Oh you dumb spastic! Surprise!! Wow Dow!" Pet 
Peeve — dish water-type vegetable soup, "oogers" . . . 
Foibles — caramels, gritting teeth (at night), daily ex- 
cursions and tourist tours to the food store with the 
big Coop. Noted for — love of nature, sturdy browns, 
the Sunday-morning Salvation Army look. Nicotine 
fi-ts. 



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JOAN CROSLEY FISHER 

Burlington Road, Muncie, Indiana 
1957-1959 "Joanie, Fish" 

Proctor 3; Davis Hall Marshal 3; Chapel Proctor 3; 
Commencement Play 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; 
Social Committee Chairman 4. 

"Ya Ya Yaaah! S'OK, Queen. That's right." - Pet Peeve 
— Dusty mail box, narrow minded people, short beds. 
Foibles — starting socks, Saturday morning wash 
woman look, "Spider," Blue Grass. Noted for — Broth- 
ers, Fisher Home Reducing Plan, Legs — mile long — 
terminating in slippery slippers. 






SUSAN HAFFNER FOURNIER 

64 Bigelow Street, Lawrence, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Sue" 

Day Student Proctor 3; Numerals 2; Tennis Varsitv 
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Varsity 1, 2, 3; "A" Society 3, 4; 
President of "A" Society 4; High Honors in Athletics 4 
"If you only knew him . . ." Pet Peeve — the human 
(?) race, 'in by eleven,' screeching girls. Foibles — cor- 
ner shots, *but it's a woman's per-something-or-other 
to CHANGE her mind!' Noted for - athletics, "Rebel 
With A Cause." Problems (?). 




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MELINDA LOUISE FOX 

210 Heights Road, Ridgewood, N. J. 
1956-1959 "Lin, Foxie" 

Proctor 3; Davis Hall Marshal 3; Fidelio 4; A.C.A. 
Representative. 

"Howdy . . . cheerio! Suuure — help yourself. I've 
saved some. Susie — the gum's on the dresser. If only 
people could read my typing!" Pet Peeve — waking 
up — anytime, fire-drill formation, English comps. 
Foibles — singing off key (?), generosity! Noted for — 
weekly shipments, (having the figure of a Seventeen 
on a Shoestring). 





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SUSAN STEPHANIE FOX 

1307 Springlake Drive, Orlando, Florida 
1956-1959 "Foxie, Suzes" 

Class Treasurer 2; A.C.A. Representative 2; Class 
President 3; Track Varsity 3; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Secretary of Student Government; Class Singing 
Group 3, 4. 

"Got any food?? I'm dieting this week — during meals 
only." Pet Peeve - "Shh! Wait till I finish . . ." (Yale 
Yale! Yale!) No, I'm the other one — S. S. Fox sails 
again. People who no own any gum . . . people who no 
own any more gum. Foibles — robustly chewing gum. 
Noted for — the voice, "friends" — Andover, Brooks . . 



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DIANE GERROS 

45 Rutherford Avenue, Haverhill, Mass. 

1956-1959 "la Julia, Ger, Di" 

Commencement Play 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Debating 
Society 3, 4. 

"It is not Haver Hill! You're pushing it! Kool! — cen- 
sored — . Ya viene . . ." Pet Peeve — Squares, getting 
caught, conformists, window shades. Foibles — of 
course not! That enthusiasm! Some adults misunder- 
standing rules. Always found — everywhere. Noted 
for — The Posture Princess, Hacking, wandering, 
Elvis, Jimmy, Ricky. 



SUSAN RHODES GOODWILLIE 

Turkey Hill, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. 
1957-1959 "Goodwill, Sooz" 

Class President 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Chairman 
of Bazaar 3; Class Singing Group 3, 4; Senior Drama 
Group; Vice-President of Student Government 4; 
Honor Roll 3, 4; Honorable Mention 3. 

"Doodle-bug, dollpuss. Be serious!! Squnch." Pet 
Peeve — Sunday Morning spinster gatherings, Inter- 
state Bus system, personal posted letters, (excessive 
use of powder and toothpaste.) Foibles — Bartlett 
Pears. Noted for — Macy's best. Battle with the bulge. 




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ELIZABETH GREENE 

Seroe Colorado Aruba, Netherlands, Antilles 
1955-1959 "Liz, Jerry" 

Fidelio 3, 4; Victrola Committee 4; Librarian of Fi- 
delio 4; Proctor 1; Senior Parlor Committee 4; Com- 
mencement Play 3. 

"Oh Godfrey! For Pete's sake. Hey kiddies!" Pet 
Peeve — Empty mail boxes, cold weather. Foibles — 
Grace line Cruises, classical music, writing letters. 
Noted for — Aruba, Dutch Boys, Latin American 
Music. 





ALMA GREW 

Hidden Field, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Grewsome, Aim" 

Proctor 2; Chapel Proctor 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Hon- 
orable Mention 2, 3; Prep Play 1. 

"Zut alors! Neat! Heavens!" Pet Peeve — Foot Class; 
Locker Combinations; Sniffing during study hall. 
Foibles — studying; Talking in the library. Noted for 
— Finger nails; Biking into school at 7:59; Horseback 
riding; Speaking French; Those fabulous boat rides 
to Europe. 



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ELIZABETH HALL 

241 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn. 
1956-1959 "Betsy, Bets" 

Class President 2; Class Vice-President 4; Proctor 3; 
Fidelio 3, 4; Class Singing Group 3, 4; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Tennis Varsity 2, 3; Numerals 4. 
"Got any food?? . . .! I love sour balls!" Pet Peeve — 
There's always tomorrow: for dieting! Foibles — 
Look backward, Angel. Food fanatic. Bones. Noted 
for — that giggley giggle! Betsileena. 



ELIZABETH WHITNEY HARBJMAN 

231 Chestnut Street, North Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Betsy, Bets" 

Day Student Proctor 1; Commencement Play 3; Ten- 
nis Varsity 3, 4; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4; High 
Honors in Athletics 4; Day Student Singing Group 
3, 4; Chapel Proctor 4; ACA Representative 4; Debat- 
ing Society 3. 

"Hey y'all! What-cha-doin'? Fabulous! Just one of 
those things. I'm in love??(!)" Pet Peeve — those 
younger boys! Brilliant people. (!) Foibles — have to 
be in love; una dramatis personae. Noted for — fem- 
ininity, her long eyelashes. 




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DEBORAH HAYES 

Phillips Street. Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Gertie, Debbie, Debs" 

Day Student Proctor 2, 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; 
Day Student Singing Group 3, 4; Commencement 
Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; Day Student Dance 
Committee 2, 3; Soccer Varsity 4; Numerals 3; Senior 
Parlor Committee 4. 

"I don't give a $&*) . . . Howdy gang! Got the pun, 
hun? Oh! Deborah Stop!" Pet Peeve — physicals; those 
chosen few. Foibles — who? me? Beatnik orgies. 
Noted for — acting, that May Britt Look! 





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DOROTHY CLARE HENRY 

P.O. Box 615, Manila, Philippines 
1956-1959 

WUS Representative 2; Proctor 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Play 3; Yearbook 4; Bazaar Committee 
Head 3. 

"You think so? You think not! You bet . . . Unfortunate 
Face!" Pet Peeve — physics — meta and otherwise. 
Tovaritch In Paris — Your Friend And Mine. Foibles 
— smoke screens and pulling shades down; common 
sense in always being right. Noted for — Mr. I.; Good 
voice! — mid afternoon ice cream sandwiches. 



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CAROLYN JOYCE HITCH 

Burnt Mill Road, Chadds Ford, Penn. 
1955-1959 "Carol, Hitchley" 

Class President 1; Class Vice-President 2; Student 
Government 1, 2; Courant Board 3; Editor of Courant 
4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Debating Society 3; 
WUS Representative 1; Proctor 2; Victrola Commit- 
tee 4; Head of Riding 3; Beatniks 4. 
"Peggy! Next week we've GOT to get organized!" Pet 
Peeve — the 8:05 calisthenics! Foibles — phone-calls- 
every-Sunday-or-is-it-every-night. Noted for — pony- 
tail, frankness. 



JAY PUTNAM HOLLAND 

112 Glen Road, Rockford, Illinois 

1956-1959 "Suzee" 

Proctor 3; Commencement Play 3; Chapel Proctor 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Beatniks 4. 

"You bud — . Nood-nick! Stella — Stanley! Pierre, 
Pierre, darling .... Momma Mia! Hey! Begone — 
there's a phone call for US." Pet Peeve — pea pickers 
and grapefruit elbows. Foibles — golf, horse racing; 
champagne in The City; wads of chauneesses; a grey 
sweater. Noted for — "a secret admirer!" Pooh-Pooh 
true member of the Pulverized generation. 




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KATHERINE BEERS HOLT 

9 Plymouth Road, West Hartford, Conn. 
1957-1959 "Kathy" 

Class Secretary 3; ACA Representative 3; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Treasurer ACA 
4; Chairman United Fund Drive 4. 
"Oh . . . you know what I forgot! (?)" Pet Peeve — 
stray thumb tacks in her path; 10:16! Foibles — other 
peoples tooth brushes; a sea of clothes; her hyro- 
glyphics! Noted for — 7:16 rising bells; dressing room- 
mate for breakfast; Hiawatha of Hartford; constant 
cheerfulness. 






FRANCES EVELYN HOOPER 

82 Edmunds Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

1957-1959 "Kandi, Frannie" 

Debating Society 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Yearbook 4. 

"Stupid cupid! He loves me ... he loves me not . . ? 
Cottin' pickin.' Good grief!! Phone call for meeee? 
ZZZ . . . ZZZ!" Pet Peeve - 9:30 lites! "To the Rec 
Room!" Foibles — boys! boys! boys! Talking — always 
alking. Noted for THE college weekend; coffee time; 
;mile; phone calls. 



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ALICE ELIZABETH IAMS 

16 Mount Street, Bay Head, New Jersey 
1955-1959 "Missy, Iamscovitch" 

Class Treasurer 1; Corridor Proctor 1, 2; Dance Club 
2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Courant 4. 

"Comrade Nicoleffsky . . .!" Pet Peeve — Polly and 
Peter Prep, P. E.! Foibles — studying in the bathtub; 
scintillating school spirit; good English and candid 
opinions. Noted for — Aphrodite in a Sheet; airy ear- 
lobes; cool cheveux; weekend in Cambridge; the Pen- 
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CORNELIA WOODBRIDGE JONES 

189 Glenwook Ave., New London, Conn. 
1955-1959 "Connie" 

Class Treasurer 2; Executive Bazaar Committee 3; 
ACA Vice-President 4; Student Government 4; Proc- 
tor 1; Honor Roll 1; WUS Representative 3; Fidelio 
3, 4; Choir 3, 4. 

"Hey, that's neat! Thanks muchly!" Pet Peeve — writ- 
ing letters, no phone calls! Spiders. Foibles — spell- 
ing! Procrastination . . . saving compositions 'til 
last minute and then — *|)@! Noted for — her New 
England a's; friendliness; "Is there really a 25 foot 
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ELIZABETH WATERS KELLOGG 

59 Phillips Street, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Elsie, Els, El, H20" 

Proctor 1, 2, 3; ACA Representative 3; Day Student 
Dance Committee 3; ACA Secretary 4; Bazaar Com- 
mittee Head 3; Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 
2, 3, 4; Commencement Play 3. 

"He's Really Nice! . . . we're just friends. Hi there! 
Dancing Cheek to Cheek - Oh! What A Beautiful 
Morning!!" Pet Peeve — Pessimists! People who can't 
smile. Conceited Harvard boys. Foibles — Conceited 
Harvard boys! Singing off key. Noted for — P. A. 
Plays; laugh; that enthusiasm. 






MARY TOBY KUHNS 

Davis Hill Road, Weston, Conn. 
1956-1959 "Mary" 

Corridor Proctor 2; Head of Catholics 4; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; New Fidelio 3; 
Fidelio 4; Tennis Varsity 4. 

"You said that right ... I goobled it! I'll be in the Rec 
Room . . ." Pet Peeve — empty mailboxes; diets!!! Foi- 
bles — letter writing; eating. Noted for — Biddeford 
Pool; feathers; Rec Room sessions; smile. 



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CONSTANCE ELIZABETH LAURENCE 

1957-1959 "Connie, Con" 

Honor Roll 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Honorable Mention 
3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Head 
of Hiking 4. 

"Yo Rinny! Turn Over!!! Actually it's the best . . .! I 
haven't the foggiest. Somebody up there likes me.(?) 
That class is a fight!!!" Pet Peeve — "noises" from 
above; snoring! Foibles — mops at midnight, walk- 
ing, fresh air, Exeter. Noted for — jello! pricked by a 
thorn; pretty hair; Exeter. 



LINDA LOBB 

25 Silver Street, South Hadley, Mass. 

1957-1959 "Lobb, Lindy" 

Brooks Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Senior Drama 
Class; News Supervisor 4. 

"Be seein 'ya. Who can I write to tonight??? What's 
the use of wondering?!" Pet Peeve — Neat rooms; 
lines! lines! lines! "freedom;" spiders. Foibles — 
beaches; football games; fellows!; sniffing; 1 AM grand 
entrances. Noted for — Sentimental Journey; Big 
Brown Eyes. 




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MARY LOUISE LOCKWOOD 

283 South Prospect Street, Burlington, Vermont 
1957-1959 "Mel, M. L., Bear" 

Prom Committee 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Cour- 
ant 4; Fidelio 4. 

"Wait till I get my . . . pocketbook. I want a wee-ad 
if you pie — ase! Hey bebe! Nance, the breakfast bell 
just rang!" Pet Peeve — no "wee — ads" at A-bbot; 
petunia pickers; coo — ing pidgeons. Foibles — tea 
(instant); fire balls; one of those things! Noted for — 
catsup and potato chips; special technique in weigh- 
ing; "soulful brown eyes." 






LYNN FRANCES MAHONEY 

37 Greenwood Street, Amesbury, Mass. 

1957-1959 "Fish, Mahone" 

ACA Representative 3; Head of Davis Hall Mar- 
shals 3. 

"There goes the captain of the Gargoyles. You're 
right, neighb. Fa - Fa - Fa. Here I am, you lucky 
people!" Pet Peeve — clashing color schemes. Foibles 
— slippery coat hangers (?); cynical remarks; omphal- 
oskepsis; cheery morning temperament. Noted for — 
mass clothes washings; story romances; Elvis; her fan 
club; cough! cough! 



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MARY ZELINDA MAKEPEACE 

Marion, Mass. 
1956-1959 "Zee, Zeedles" 

Proctor 2, 3; Class Treasurer 4; WUS Representative 
3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Hockey Varsity 4; Ten- 
nis Varsity 2, 3; Numerals 4. 

"Actually ... it was rather embarrassing!!!" Pet Peeve 
— hypocrites; 'inneresting, inneresting, inneresting . . .' 
Foibles — the Weed; membership in the Window Rat- 
tlers League of Lady Snorers; not getting up in the 
middle of the night! Noted for — That chic sheepdog 
effect; above — knee — length dresses; Tabor. 



PATRICIA ELIZABETH MARVIN 

485 Mountain Road, West Hartford, Conn. 
1956-1959 "Patty, Mervin" 

Chapel Proctor 2; Varsity Archery 2; Varsity Tennis 
3, 4; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Numerals 4; New Fidelio 
3; Fidelio 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 

"That isn't cricket! I DON'T believe it! can you just 
imagine that!? ... oh golly — don't crump now." Pet 
Peeve — open windows and mirrors. Foibles — out- 
landish laugh; having extra time for Pleasure Read- 
ing; name tapes — on everything: toothbrush! Soap? 
Noted for — Marvin Apples; learning to walk on those 
high, high heels in a sheath on the stairs. 




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LAURA HOKE McGEHEE 

4539 Logan Ave., Exten., Hubbard, Ohio 

1956-1959 "Missy, Miss-Miss, Mahee" 

Choir 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Senior-Mid Drama Group 
3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Dance Group 3, 4; De- 
bating Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Social Committee 
4; A.C.A. Representative 4; Proctor 4. 

"Susie ... if it's tooo tight I'll positively crump! Eliiii 
— Yale!" Pet Peeve — Gnats with complexes; early 
morning foxes. Foibles — Perpetually playing cupid. 
Making "gapher faces." Noted for: Her Hairy "Sam- 
bo;" a love of life; scintillating southern sentiments. 
Coffee breaks. 



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DIANE MONTGOMERY 

428 Main Street, Epping, New Hampshire 

1956-1959 "Dee-Dee' 

Honorable Mention 2, 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Proctor 2 
3; Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4 
W.U.S. Representative 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4 
Class Singing Group 3, 4; Vice-President of Class 3 
Courant Board 4. 

"You're pushing it! Hey, bud! Stanley!" Pet Peeve — 
cerebral convolutions flattened out. The grubby grey! 
Foibles — slippers; hanging muscles, Mogen David 
wine. Goldfish. Noted for — being knee high to a 
grasshopper; the hand jive! A miniature boho ho! ho! 
and a peapicker. 



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E. DUNCAN WOOD MOOSE 

American Embassy, Khartoum, Sudan 

1957-1959 "Dune, Moose, Dearing" 

Honor Roll 3, 4; Debating Society 3, 4; Varsity Soc- 
cer 4. 

"Oh no! Not you again. Exactly. A-plus-tarde. (Sure 
to be sarcastic)". Pet Peeve — hippocrites; candids; 
poetry; class! Foibles — Night prowling; views of 
democracy; grinning like a Cheshire Cat; not getting 
caught!!!! Honor Roll and infancy. Noted for — beau- 
tiful brains. The friendly approach! Enthusiastic atti- 
tude towards sports! That Innocent Look. Laugh! 



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ADELIA ANN MORRIS 

216 Norwood Road, Annapolis, Maryland 
1957-1959 "Annie, Mouse" 

Davis Hall Marshal 3; Victrola Committee 4; Beat- 
nik 4. 

"Yeeeah! But if I'm good ALL the time — what will I 
tejl my grand-children?? (?) Annapolis isn't that far! 
But I thought all seniors could sleep through break- 
fast." Pet Peeve — 'Free' Wednesdays! Foibles — 
Raspberry sherbet and big tablespoons! Sleep — 
walking: FIRE! Noted for — "Some just didn't fit in!" 
International ski bum ambition! Powder fights on 
third floor. That Big — Brown Eyed Look! 




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SANDRA THOMPSON MOULTON 

390 Lakeshore Road, Beaurepaire, Quebec, Canada 
1956-1959 "Sam, Sandy, Samantha, Moult" 

Proctor 2, 4; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Fidelio Librarian 4; Choir 4; Senior Dra- 
ma Group 4. 

"I oughta go practice. What on earth! Eh?" Pet Peeve 

— Nosey People; Depressed People; Letter Writing; 
Foibles — Frankness; The Knowing Look. Noted for 

— Our Musical Genius . . . Clarinet, Harp, and oh that 
voice!!! Piano, that wide awake look, sarcasm. Abbey 
Alumna. The Slave behind the Scenes. 






CYNTHIA NICHOLS 

Deerfield, Massachusetts 
1955-1959 "Cynny, Cynth, Nikoleffsky" 

Class Song Leader 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 1; Class Song 
Committee 2; Chapel Proctor 2, 3; Corridor Proctor 3; 
Numerals 3; Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; New Fidelio 2, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Hockey Sub- 
Varsity; "A" Society 4; Brooks— Abbot Play 3; Griffin 
Captain 4. 

"Let's commit suicide and jump out the library 
window! Comrade Iamscovitch . . ." Pet Peeve — 
freckles; Kresge's. Foibles — Debutramp slouch, 
"Deerfield yearbook." Noted for — Cynical Cyn. 
"Would I kid you, Syn.?" That piercing dining-room 
laugh. 



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ANN KILBOURNE PATCH 

820 Moore Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

1958-1959 "Patches, Patch, Bridgette" 

Beatniks 4. 

"I just flipped! Flipped 'ah tell ya'! No, indeed, 
Ma'am ?" Pet Peeve — "Sincerely yours" when it 
should be Love! Unanswered telephone, church bells, 
rain, the law. Foibles — Foreign affairs; talking during 
study halls, getting letters. Noted for — hamburg — er, 
walks, Abbot Mixers. 




CHARLOTTE SARAH PAULL 

Howard Place, Wheeling, W. Va. 

1956-1959 "Char, Chotzie" 

Chapel Proctor 2, 3; Fidelio 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Corridor 
Proctor 3; ACA Representative 2. 

"Why hasn't he written??? Gawds, drat it! I'm lonely 
— have a sip. Sorry chum, I can't see a thing without 
my glasses!" Pet Peeve — People that can eat and not 
be fat; sports; cold weather. Foibles — Punctuality; 
chewing gum fanatic; hatred for the closet door, 
pulled down shades. Noted for — Her closet, Wheel- 
ing, Coffee, Being a Democrat. Spanish — trips to 
Spain, Venezuela, Mexico, etc. "Making like a bird." 
Earrings and shoes. 




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NONA HANES PORTER 

1924 West First Street, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
1956-1959 "Begone" 

Honor Roll 4; Director Junior Play; Head Talent 
Show 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Chairman Can- 
terbury Club 3; Debating Society 3; Debating Team 
3; Commencement Play 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Victrola Committee 4; Editor of 
Yearbook 4. 

"President of South'n Club 4. But we thought All 
seniors got breakfast in bed! Zee, bebe!! Am I really 
getting a Havad acsant??? Good grief — more!" Pet 
Peeve — Pseudos! Foibles — "Lamb chop!" Noted for 
— The Continental Manna; A li'l ole South'n Belle 
raisin' Yankee h'll! 




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BARBARA LEE QUIMBY 

1 Goodrich Street, Bingham, Maine 
1955-1959 "Barbs, Quimbo, Babby Lee" 

Singing Group 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshal 3; New Fi- 
delio 2; Fidelio 3, 4. 

"Zoot! Such a chunk! Lursh." Pet Peeve — Bloody 
tourists; Hickya's. Foibles — Chatam; Excuses; 
Brooks; never wearing slippers; Pink walls with blue 
bedspreads. Noted for — Calling Chris. Invading the 
Andover Shop. That "starved" look. Eating contact 
lenses. Living with Nanny for a year! 



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TACIE NAIRN RANSON 

Martin Road, Rye, New York 

1956-1959 "Tacie, Tace" 

Chapel Proctor 2, 3; Proctor 3; Commencement Play 
3; Senior Drama Group 4; Victrola Committee 4. 

"GRUNCH Yes, I see what you mean. Vive le Mona- 
co." Pet Peeve — Glasses guards; fire drills; moneyless 
moments. Foibles — Weeds; the eternal gabber; For- 
getting theme sentences. Noted for — The Grace 
Kcllv Look, Theatrical Aspirations, Man Hater. 



HOLLY McGAVOCK ROBERTSON 

6712 N. Washington Boulevard, Arlington 13, Va. 
1957-1959 "Holly" 

Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Proctor 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; 
Latin Play 3; Prom Committee 3; School Song Lead- 
er 4; Courant Board 4; Fidelio Accompanist 4. 
"Don't worry about it." Pet Peeve — Mass confusion; 
big feet. Foibles — Organization; Writing letters to 
J.C.; hand- jive; Noted for — musical ability; common 
sense; That "well-groomed" look. 




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JEAN ALLISON ROUNDY 

28 Wolcott Avenue, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Round, Jeanie" 

Honor Roll 1, 2; Honorable Mention 2, 3; Day Stu- 
dent Proctor 1, 2, 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Fidelio 4; Com- 
mencement Play 3; Class Secretary 1; WUS Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Day Student Singing 
Group 3, 4; Class Band 3, 4. 

"Oh Earth! It's not collegiate." Pet Peeve — Lilacs; 
horses; Spine Class. Foibles — Physics, being late, 
driving without a license. Noted for — Having a pit 
but never a pot; that Red-Hot piano. 






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JOAN KAREN SANDFORT 

Warwick, New York 

1957-1959 "Jo" 

Senior Drama Group; Chapel Proctor 3, 4. 

"Oh! No! You're kidding, Where are my glasses? Apol- 
ogize! Apologize! Apologize!" Pet Peeve — breakfast, 
half open doors; a dark room; people that don't eat. 
Foibles — Talking in study hall, pills. Florida com- 
plex, radios, Studying Arsene Lupin. Noted for — A 
dental fanatic; interest in politics; bobbing for Bob: 
Food from home. 



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ELISABETH ANNE SAVELL 

Mere Point Road, Brunswick, Maine 
1957-1958 "Tina, Savanelli" 

Choir 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Proctor 4; New 
Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4. 

"Oh, grump! He's so dear. That's not the object in 
point. Ya wanna hear about my operation? Well . . .' 
Pet Peeve — The little girl look. Foibles — Late- 
morning riser. Speaking when spoken to by other 
study-hall-talkers. Talking nonsense in her sleep! 
Noted for — Pizzas, plaids, and people liker; Santa 
Catalina; The lipstick-less look. Her smile! 



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KATE MEREDITH SIDES 

Hidden Road, Andover, Mass. 

1955-1959 "Kitty, Kit, Kate" 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honorable Mention 3; ACA Presi- 
dent 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3; 
Proctor 1, 2; Chapel Proctor 2; Class Vice-President 
1, Class President 2; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4; Day 
Student Singing Group 3. 

"I'm just not mathematical! You're up, beautiful!" 
Foibles — Eraser muncher; Leaving gas on in Chem. 
Lab. Noted for — That sailing ambition; Her first 
chemise; Her naturally uncurly hair. 




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LAURIE LEE SMITH 

20 Johnson Road, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Laurie, Smitzel, Smit" 

Fidelio 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honorable Mention 1, 
2; Fencing Varsity 2; Chapel Proctor 2; Courant 3, 4; 
Numerals 2; Class Secretary 4; Commencement Play 
3; Gargoyle Cheerleader 2, 4; Debating 3. 
"No kidding! Let's go, snow. What a groony group." 
Pet Peeves — Mixed-up boys; Lawrence Welk; Babies. 
Foibles — Speeding; Being intellectual but wrong; 
Neurotic friends; Noted for — Frankness; Pro- 
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JOAN ELIZABETH SYNNOTT 

Westover Road, Stamford, Conn. 
1956-1959 "Syn, Schnotzky" 

Class Secretary 2; Class Vice-President 3; President 
of Stu-G 4; Choir 4; Hockey Varsity 4; Softball Var- 
sity 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Debating 3; Numer- 
als 3; "A" Society 4; Singing Group 3, 4. 
"HI-HO Tafarino. Who'd a thunk it. You're kidding 
me." Pet Peeve — NikolefFsky's inferiority complex. 
Foibles — Worrywart; Cursing; Empty mail boxes. 
Noted for — Bowlegged stride; Holes in her sheets. 



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NATHALIE FERGUSON TAFT 

345 Mockingbird Valley Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
1956-1959 "Nat" 

Davis Hall Marshal 3; Commencement Play 3; ACA 
Representative 3; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Debating So- 
ciety 3; President 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. 

'Ma foi! Tomorrow's gonna be a draaag. Well, I've 
got big bones." Pet Peeve — Brownies. Foibles — 
Andover; Buying; Noted for — Scoops; Maine; Teddy 
Bears; History in a bathtub. 



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ELSIE BUCKINGHAM TAYLOR 

Ashalot, Bemus Point, New York 
1955-1959 "Else" 

Prom Committee 3; Social Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 
4; Proctor 4; Chapel Proctor 4. 

"He's so precious. Gracious! Woops! Where's your 
psychology?" Pet Peeve — Johns; Squeaky doors; Dull 
flashlights. Foibles — Tall tales; Fickleness; Imita- 
tions; Elizabeth Arden's; Noted for — Cartoons; Her 
White Knight; Hair-dos; Writing letters. 




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JANE ELIZABETH THOMPSON 

53 North Woods Road, Manhasset, Long Island, N. Y. 
1957-1959 "Janie" 

Class Treasurer 3; Tennis Varsity 4; Fidelio 4; Fidelio 
President 4; Choir 4; Proctor 3, 4; Bazaar Committee 
Head 3; ACA Representative 4; Commencement 
Play 3. 

"Oh cursed I was ever born to do this math problem." 
Pet Peeve — Chatterers who interrupt her studying 
chores. Foibles — Snoring like a piglette; That slouch. 
Noted for — Avoiding Abbot walks; School spirit; 
Antic disposition. 



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ANN BROWN TRAVERS 
227 South 17th Street, Richmond, Indiana 
1956-1959 "Annie, Zig, Trav" 

Class Secretary 3; Class President 4; Proctor 2, 3; 
Davis Hall Marshal 3; Fidelio 4; Commencement 
Play 3; Executive Bazaar Committee 3; Numerals 3. 
"Alio bebe. You're kidding man . . ." Pet Peeve — 
Train rides from Indiana; Unlearned Verses. Foibles 
— Counting days until vacation; Fresh air. Noted 
for — Passion for Middle West; Red Lanz Dress. 




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MARY DEARING WARD 

903 Wise Street, Lynchburg, Va. 
1958-1959 "Crow, Dearing" 

Gargoyle Captain 4. 

"I hear you knocking. Fa Fa Fa Fa! Greetings and 
salutations." "Didn't your Mommy ever tell you?" Pet 
Peeve — "smacking," Happy Birthday! — when was it, 
anyway? Foibles — omphaloskepsis; tree-climbing; al- 
ways being late; sleeping under bed; Noted for — her 
"little" people; studying with fingers in her ears; 
chasing her train of thought around the room. 






WINIFRED ALLING WARD 

Ward's Point O' View, Westhampton Beach, 
Long Island, New York 
1957-1959 "Winkie, Hips, Winx" 

Dance Group 4. 

"And he asked me to seven things!" Fa — Fa — Fa! 
Good news! I'm sorry, New York, New York, it's a 
wonderful town! Foibles — Day dreaming; college 
men; omphaloskepsis; eating; smacking; Food store; 
Rock 'n' Roll. Noted for — Ralph; hair in her face; 
Princeton weekend; Paris; her Seventeenish clothes. 



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NANCY HUNTINGTON WARDWELL 

29 Water Street, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 
1956-1959 "Nance" 

Head of Riding 4; Senior Drama Group 4. 
"Bad motorcycle, Hi, cat! Boo — booboo boo!" Pet 
Peeve — laundry lists, people who don't knock on my 
door. Foibles — letter- writing, Marlboros. Noted for 
— Chanel No. 5, fire ropes, a mathematical mind. 









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CATHERINE WHITING WATSON 

48 Grove Avenue, Madison, Connecticut 
1956-1959 "Cathy" 

Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Tennis 
Varsity 2, 3, 4; Numerals 3; "A" Society 4; Secretary 
of AAA 4; Victrola Committee 4. 
"I don't believe it — ! Ye gads." Pet Peeve — Playing in 
piano recitals; thin people. Foibles — gorging on 
bologna sandwiches; Saturday lunches; Simple Simon. 
Noted for — Grandmother's homemade goodies; 
scoops; black flats. 



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SUSAN VIRGINIA WHOLEY 

140 Main Street, Andover, Mass. 
1955-1959 "Wholby, Sue" 

Head of Day Students 4; Varsity Softball 2, 3; Execu- 
tive Bazaar Committee 3; Commencement Play 3; 
Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Modern 
Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Band 3, 4; Class Vice- 
President 1; Proctor 1, 2; Chapel Proctor 1, 2, 4; Day 
Student Singing Group 3, 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"Let's bug. Got the true picture. Hah there you all." 
Pet Peeve — Foot Class; Cats, and people who like 
them; Anti P. A. people. Foibles — Having a pit but 
never a pot; Laughing during sad movies. Noted for 
— Those drums man; Homework done by 7:30. 






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10 Brushy Ridge Road, New Canaan, Conn. 
1957-1959 "Weymouth" 

Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Honorable Mention 3; WUS 
Head 4; Yearbook 4; Commencement Play 3; Head of 
Posture Week. 

"I'll croak. And that ticks me." Pet Peeve — Rock and 
Roll; Fire Drills; Disorganization. Foibles — Collect- 
ing pennies; moods; Going to sleep while roommate 
is still talking; Noted for — musical ability; lovely 
Grecian features. 




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SUSAN THERESA YUDICKY 

Box 276, Amherst, New Hampshire 
1957-1959 "Sue, Suze" 

Beatniks 4; Chapel Proctor 4; Commencement Play 3. 
"Fa — Fa — Fa. Wha da we do now Ma? Gazooks. 
Ye gads." Pet Peeves — Conceited people; Insincerity; 
Foibles — Smacking; Diets; Older Men; Lose one, 
gain three; Omphaloskepsis. Noted for — Exeter; 
Green Hair; Saturday leaves. 





Abbot, your praises ringing, 

To you our song we're singing, 

Our banner blue we are carrying through. 
Onward in loyalty, 

Purpose and unity, 

Hands joined in friendships that will last e're we go. 
Sing proudly r 59, 
Always our torch will shine 
Lighted before us 
And blazing ever o'er us. 
Burning in constancy, 
With spirit and harmony, 
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SENIOR MID CLASS OFFICERS 
FIRST TERM 

Seated: O. Smith, President; C. Bump, Treasurer. 
Standing: C. Hutchins, Vice-President; C. Sherman, 
Secretary. 



SENIOR MID CLASS OFFICERS 
SECOND TERM 

Seated: M. Eisemore, President; S. Brennan, Vice- 
President. 

Standing: A. Valkenburgh, Secretary; A. Kales, 
Treasurer. 




DAY STUDENTS 

First Row: M. Bethune, K. Stevens, 
H. Malone, M. Danielson. 
Second Row: M. Saliba, A. Crane, S. 
Brennan, S. Lothrop, J. Nassar. 














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First Row: P. Ross, K. Graham, A. 
Dudley, A. Horn, A. Jennings. 
Second, Row: J. Hagerman, D. 
Ralphs, A. Tarbell, V. Pratt, T. Hyde- 
man, S. Spalding. 



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DRAPER-FIRST FLOOR O W 

Firs* Roto: R. Cooper, E. Lott, M. Feld- 

blum, M. Drayton, W. Rolton, A. Pana- 

yotakou. 

Second Row: S. Barngrove, C. Sherman, 

S. Kassler, S. Wilkinson, J. Beecher, A. 

Twitchell, A. Sharabati, D. Krichels. 



DRAPER-SECOND FLOOR O W 

First Row: D. Tod, S. Jasper, H. Jopling, 
N. Smith, J. Matteis, A. Valkenburgh, 
A. Anthony. 

Second Row: B. Lewis, S. Weber, C. 
Smith, A. Kales, S. Wallace, J. Hum- 
phrey, S. Foote, B. Walker, M. Elsemore, 
J. Cabral. 





DRAPER-THIRD FLOOR O W 

Front Row: P. Norr, S. Von Der Heyde, 
P. Dufault. C. Kent, A. Davis, C. Palmer. 
Second Row: L. Fumeaux, O. Smith, A. 
Comas, C. Auxier, J. Dennison, M. Dyer, 
M. Wilkins, R. Cox, M. Hutchins. 
Third Row: E. Dexter, S. Babb, L. 
Knowlton, C. Hutchins, M. C. Smith, E. 
Van Winkle, C. Bump, G. Kohler. 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FIRST TERM 

L. Erickson, Secretary; G. Hodges, Vice-President; E. 

Holloway, Treasurer. 

Seated: F. Rainbolt, President. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SECOND TERM 

Seated: S. Rothwell, President; C. Ule, Vice-President. 
Standing: E. Wanning, Secretary; S. Nicholson, 
Treasurer. 




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DAY STUDENTS 

First Row: E. Hyde, D. Easton, 
M. Harriman, S. Fox, C. But- 
ler. 

Second Row: J. Benedict, M. 
Farns worth, C. O'Brien, S. 
Hill, E. Keegan. 





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FRENCH HOUSE 

First Row: S. Davis, A. Lynch, 
J. Owen, B. Osborne, E. Wan- 
ning, K. Johnson, L. Lynch. 
Second Row: J. Morton, D. 
MacCorkle, H. Reppert, L. 
Bacon, C. Marshall, E. Christe- 
low, S. Rothwell, F. Rainbolt, 
G. Hodges, K. Kopelman. 



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ABBEY HOUSE-FIRST FLOOR 

First Row: E. Holloway, S. Craig, C. Nassikas. 

Second Row: S. Knight, L. Ericksen, J. Gold- 

thwait. 

Absent: D. Stringfellow. 



ABBEY HOUSE-SECOND FLOOR 

First Row: S. Matthews, M. Cohen, L 
Scott, L. Lister, N. Levin. 
Second Row: J. Smith, D. Carpenter, M 
Upton, C. Heilner, J. Paffard. 
Absent: J. Purser. 




ABBEY HOUSE-THIRD FLOOR 

First Row: A. Fahnestock, C. Ule, M. 
Perry, S. Stouffer, L. Low. 
Second Row: P. Ropde, K. Stahlbrand, 
M. Bidwell, S. Nicholson. 








PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS 
FIRST TERM 

E. Foster, Vice-President; B. Marshall, Treasurer; B. 
Crane, Secretary; D. Wheeler, President. 



PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS 
SECOND TERM 

Seated: R. Bradley, President; J. Thurber, Vice- 
President. 

Standing: G. Haselton, Secretary; M. Concemi, 
Treasurer. 











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First Row: K. Krakauer, N. Gilling- 
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Second Row: M. L. Currier, K. 
Grant, M. Sweet, L. Moriarty, M. 
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Firsf Row: B. Brown, R. Bradley, E. 

Worcester, M. Mason, V. Crane, L. 

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Second Row: E. Foster, D. Wheeler, 

M. Lyman, C. Thomas, A. MacDou- 

gall, J. Thurber, E. Bohlen, C. Abbott, 

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Left to Right: C. Jones, K. Sides, S. Calnan, E. Bell, S. 
Fox, Secretary; J. Synnott, President; S. Goodwillie, 
Vice-President; S. Wholey, G. Barton, A. Travers, E. 
Hall. 







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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Bacfc Row: E. Foster, R. Bradley, D. Wheeler, J. Thurber, F. Rainbolt, G. Hodges, O. Smith, 
C. Ule. 

Middle Row: C. Jones, S. Brennan, C. Hutchins, G. Barton, J. Fisher, S. Rothwell, M. 
Elsemore, S. Calnan. 

Front Row: E. Hall, S. Wholey, S. Fox, Secretary; J. Synnott, President; S. Goodwillie, Vice- 
President; K. Sides, E. Bell, A. Travers. 



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CHOIR 

Back Row: S. Hill, H. Reppert, L. Lobb, M. Ridwell, 

H. Robertson, S. Weymouth, S. Brennan. 

Middle Row: J. Thompson, J. Synnott, C. Watson, L. 

Scott, E. Savell, C. Thomas. 

Front Row: Miss Frisian, D. Montgomery, M. Hutchins, 

S. Moulton, S. Fox, L. McGehee, C. Jones, M. Elsemore. 




FIDELIO 

Back Row: G. Kohler, L. Smith, L. Lobb, A. Travers, S. Foote, S. Wilkinson, S. Goodwillie, G. 
Barton, C. Hutchins, S. Brennan, S. Weymouth, S. Wallace, M. Fox, C. Heilner, B. Quimby, 
C. Paull, M. Hutchins, A. Davis. 

Fourth Row: N. Porter, J. Roundy, E. Dexter, S. Weber, A. Tarbell, S. Spalding, C. Bump, K. 
Sides, M. Beebe, B. Walker, S. Hill, A. lams, L. McGehee, R. Cox, A. Valkenburgh. 
Third Row: C. Watson, J. Matteis, D. Montgomery, M. L. Lockvvood, S. Moulton, H. Robert- 
son, J. Thompson, President; E. Greene, K. Holt, C. Nichols, J. Agor, M. Feltwell. 
Second Row: M. Elsemore, C. Clements, F. Hooper, M. Kuhns, D. Henry, S. Fox, C. Jones, 
E. Harriman. 
Front Row: N. Smith, E. Savell, E. Bell, J. Synnott, S. Wholey, E. Kellogg, E. Hall, E. Lott. 





CIRCLE STAFF 

Left to Right: D. Henry, P. Marvin, S. Bradley, Miss Quimby, N. Porter, Editor-in-Chief 
S. Weymouth, F. Hooper, C. Laurence, J. Roundy, E. Taylor. Missing: S. Holland. 




COURANT BOARD 

First Row: D. Montgomery, C. Hitch, Editor-in-Chief; Mrs. Werner, H. Robertson, A. lams. 
Second Row: L. Smith, M. L. Lockwood, M. Fairfax, D. Moose. 



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SENIOR DRAMA GROUP 

First Row: J. Agor, L. Lobb, 

D. Montgomery, C. Nichols, 

S*. Fox, S. Goodwillie, M. 

Kuhns. 

Second Row: S. Moulton, T. 

Ranson, M. Fairfax, J. Sandfort. 



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DEBATING SOCIETY 

First Row: A. Jennings, M. Elsemore, N. Taft, Chairman; Miss Von Tress, M. Beebe, Secretary; 
D. Gerros, F. Hooper. 

Second Row: K. Kopelman, D. Ralphs, E. Dexter, A. Sharabati. D. Krichels, C. Palmer, D. 
Moose, P. Ross. 



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ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Officers: 

K. Sides, President; C. Jones, Vice-President; E. 
Kellogg, Secretary; K. Holt, Treasurer. 



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ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

First Row: S. Davis, A. Jennings, L. McGehee, E. Harriman, B. Marshall, A. Davis. 

Second Row: S. Stouffer, E. Kellogg, K. Sides, C. Jones, K. Holt, J. Thompson. 

Third Row: J. Smith, J. Thurber, L. Bacon, L. Fox, A. Kales, D. Krichels, S. Knight. 



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Back Row: S. Fox, S. Nicholson, S. Brennan, J. Matteis, A. Comas. 

Middle Row: J. Owen, Z. Makepeace, S. Weymouth, Chairman; J. Roundy, J. Agor, E. 

Wanning. 

Front Row: A. Panayotakou, C. Nassikas, S. Matthews, D. Montgomery, A. Horn. 

Missing: C. Thomas. 




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S. Cooper, Treasurer; E. Bell, President; S. Calnan, Vice-President; 
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G. Barton, S. Brennan, K. Sides, E. Bell, S. Cooper, S. Fournier, President; S. Calnan, S. 
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D. Tod, S. Hradley, N. Taft, 
Lister, D. Ward, L. Moriarty, 
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E. Harriman, C. Watson, S. 
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VARSITY 

First Row: J. Synnott, L. Bell, 
S. Cooper, S. Weber, R. Cox, 
E. Hall. 

Second Row: S. Bradley, C. 
Bump, G. Barton, A. Travers, 
J. Paffard, S. Rothwell, M. Felt- 
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GARGOYLE SOCCER 
VARSITY 

First Row: W. Bolton, M. Har- 
riman, D. Hayes, E. Greene, 
M. Sweet. 

Second Row: E. Hyde, D. Tod, 
S. Calnan, S. Fox, C. Butler. 





GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 

L. Lynch, E. Kellogg, D. Mac- 
Corkle, H. Reppert, Caesar, C. 
Nichols, M. Feldblum, L. Scott, 
S. Wholey, S. Matthews. 



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GRIFFIN TENNIS 
VARSITY 

S. Fournier, N. Smith, V. Pratt, 
D. Carpenter, P. Marvin, E. 
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GRIFFIN HOCKEY 
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First Row: A Kales, H. Jopling, 
B. Lewis, C. Nichols, C. Clem- 
ents, B. Marshall. 
Second Row: S. Kassler, C. 
Heilner, J. Beecher, Z. Make- 
peace, M. Fox, L. Erickson, K. 
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Second Row: J. 

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Hutcliins, S. Hill, F. Rainbolt, 

P. Dufault. 



Danielson, G. 
K. Johnson, J. 

Benedict, M. 
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MODERN DANCE GROUP: Left to Right, Front Row: L. Lynch, N. Taft, M. Drayton, S. 

Wholey, A. Davis, L. McGehee, A. lams, A. Lynch. 

Back Row: S. Fox, E. Kellogg, M. Hutchins, C. Ule, H. Malone, W. Ward, C. Smith, A. Comas. 



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Abbott, Charlotte— 3 Maple Street, Wilton, New Hampshire VZ^^O > 

Anthony, Alice— 65 Westwood Road, West Hartford, Connecticut ~ ^f~-' c^ / \^J&%r 

Auxier, Cornelia— 2016 Cordova Avenue, Vero Beach, Florida ^vc*^- ^^^^ 

Babb, Sally— 66 West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut ^ 

Bacon, Linda— Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Bamgrove, Sally— 63 Pollard Road, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 

Beecher, Judy— Bobolink Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Benedict, Jane— 80 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachuetts 

Bethune, Millicent— 145 Salem Road, Topsfield, Massachusetts 

Bidwell, Mary— North Parker Road, Greenville, South Carolina 

Bohlen, Elizabeth— 324 Livingston Street, New Haven 11, Connecticut 

Bradley, Robin— 17 Jewett Lane, South Hadley, Masachusetts 

Brennan, Susan— Great Pond Road, North Andover, Massachusetts 

Brown, Beverly— Box 28, Woodstock, Connecticut 

Bump, Cynthia— Surplus Street, Duxbury, Massachusetts 

Butler, Carolyn— 98 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts 

Cabral, Julia— Pte. Trujillo #57, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic 

Carpenter, Deborah— 15 West Street, Fair Haven, Vermont 

Qhristelow, Eileen— Hidden Meadow Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Cohen, Marlene— 42 Vineyard Road, Newton Centre, Massachusetts 

Comas Bacardi, Amelia— 194 #1320 esq. 15 Biltmore, Havana; Cuba 

Concemi, Mary— 121 Osgood Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Cooper, Barbara— 71 West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Corson, Linda— 2013 Church Road, Flourtown, Pennsylvania 

Cox, Ruth— 424 High Street, Bethelehem, Pennsylvania 

Craig, Sherry— 131 Main Street, Box 458, Nantucket, Massachusetts 

Crane, Alexandra— 9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Crane, Bethiah— 9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Crane, Valerie— Manchester Center, Vermont 

Currier, Mary Louise— 61 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Danielson, Margaret— Cutler Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Davis, Adrienne— 235 Laurel Avenue S.W., Atlanta 14, Georgia 

Davis, Stephenie— Long Hill Road, Woodbridge, Connecticut 

Dennison, Janet— The Old Stone House, Middle Haddam, Connecticut 

Dexter, Elizabeth— 409 Bayview Drive, Route 13, Clearwater, Florida 

Drayton, Margot— 632 North Bay Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 

Dudley, Anna— Exeter, New Hampshire 

Dufault, Paulette— State Sanitorium, Rutland, Massachusetts 

Dyer, Mary— 3 Pie Alley, Marion, Massachusetts 

Easton, Dorothy— 93 Andover Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Elsemore, Margaret— 11 Main Street, Dixfield, Maine 

Erickson, Julia— Inagua, Bahama Islands 

Fahnestock, Ann— Sycamore Lodge, Roslyn, New York 

Farnsworth, Martha— Porter Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Feldblum, Mary— 18 Nassau Street, Great Neck, L. I., New York 

Foote, Sarah— Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut 

Foster, Edna— "Pine Hollow," 10 Cherry Street, Wenham, Massachusetts 

Fox, Susan— 17 Appletree Lane, Andover, Massachusetts 

Furneaux, Lynne— 5 Morelands Terrace, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

Gillingham, Natalie— 63 Highland Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Goldthwait, Joan— Saint George's School, Newport, Rhode Island 



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Graham, Kristianne— Box 444, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 

Grant, Karen— 18 Tewksbury Street, Ballardvale, Massachusetts 

Hagerman, Joan— Holdern ess School, Plymouth, New Hampshire 

Harriman, Martha— 231 Chestnut Street, N. Andover, Massachusetts 

Haselton, Gloria— 82 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Heilner, Christy— 135 Fisher's Road, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Heindel, Barbara— 4225 Stratford Road, Youngstown 12, Ohio 

Hill, Susan— 12 Forbes Lane, Andover, Massachusetts 

Hodges, Margaret— 106 Dover Road, Wellesley 82, Massachusetts 

Holloway, Elizabeth— 14 Marshall Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Horn, Alice— South Main Street, Centerville, Massachusetts 

Humphrey, Jane— 595 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, Connecticut 

Hutchins, Clarissa— 1046 Pequot Road, Southport, Connecticut 

Hutchins, Mary— 501 Highland Road, Ithaca, New York 

Hyde, Elizabeth— 169 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Hydeman, Terry— 980 Arlington Road, York, Pennsylvania 

Jasper, Sara— 115 Hampshire Road, Syracuse, New York 

Jennings, Allison— Wahackme Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Johnson, Kathleen— 575 Main Avenue, Bay Head, New Jersey 

Jopling, Hannah— Bywater Road, Annapolis, Maryland 

Kales, Anne— 8 Morvent Place, Princeton, New Jersey 

Kassler, Susan— Lafayette Road West, Princeton, New Jersey 

Keegan, Eileen— 52 Lincoln Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Kent, Carolyn— 135 Cliff Street, Burlington, Vermont 

Knight, Sarah-1445 Fort Street, Montreal, P. Q., Canada 

Knowlton, Lindsay— 41 North Street, Grafton, Massachusetts 

Kohler, Gillian— Thornhill, Kohler, Wisconsin 

Kopelman, Karyl— Messenger Lane, Sands Point, New York 

Krakauer, Kathrin— 9 George Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Krichels, Deborah— Apple Hill, South Lee, Massachusetts 

Laaff, Carolyn— Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Levin, Nina— Crow Hill Road, Mount Kisco, New York 

Lewis, Barbara— Loveland Road, Norwich, Vermont 

Lister, Linda— 29 Norman Road, Hamilton, Massachusetts 

Lothrop, Susan— 6 Harriman Avenue, Reading, Massachusetts 

Lott, Edith— 23 Crystal Street, Greenwood, Massachusetts 

Low, Loring— 198 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Massachusetts 

Lynch, Andrea— 5577 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 

Lynch, Linda— 5577 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 

MacCorkle, Danna— 35 Forest Drive, Springfield, New Jersey 

MacDougall, Anne— 190 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, Massachusetts 

Malone, Heath— 193 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Marshall, Caroline — 918 West Sixth Street, Red Wing, Minnesota 

Marshall, Berry— 141 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Mason, Martha— 62 Hoodridge Drive, Pittsburgh 28, Pennsylvania 

Matteis, Joice— 27 Lincoln Street, Kensington, Connecticut 

Matthews, Suzanne— 38 West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Moriarty, Lynne— 154 High Plain Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Morton, Jane— South Road, Rye Beach, New Hampshire 

Nassar, Joyce— 60 Hidden Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Nassikas, Constance— 239 North Gate Road, Manchester, New Hampshire 




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Nicholson, Sandra— 46 North Street, Grafton, Massachusetts 

Norr, Barbara— 43 Columbia Park, Haverhill, Massachusetts 

O'Brien, Cordelia— Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Osborne, Barbara— 32 Moon Hill Road, Lexington, Massachusetts 

Owen, Julia— 11 Crescent Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts 

Paffard, Jane— 106 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 

Palmer, Charlotte— 64 Elm Street, Lynbrook, New York 

Panayotakou, Athanasia— 127 Lykourgos Street, Kallithea, Athens, Greece 

Perry, Mary— 118 Hazelcraft Avenue, New Castle, Pennsylvania 

Pratt, Virginia— 221 Briarwood Crossing, Lawrence, L. I., New York 

Purser, Judith— 275 Riverside Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut 

Rainbolt, Faith— Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Ralphs, Diane— 35 Crest Road West, Rolling Hills, California 

Reppert, Helen— Shingle House, Route 1, Ossining, New York 

Rogde, Phyllis— 15 Foxcroft Road, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Rothwell, Susan— Nonquit, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

Ross, Phyllis— 226 Heather Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 

Saliba, Marcia— Gardner Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts 

Scott, Linda— 55 Arnold Road, Wellesley Hills 82, Massachusetts 

Sharabati, Aida— Damascus, Syria 

Sherman, Camilla— 1709 Wisconsin Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin 

Smith, Cynthia— Little Compton, Rhode Island 

Smith, Joan— 21 Arbot Street, Wenham, Massachusetts 

Smith, Mary-Candace— 1809 Roma Avenue N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Smith, Nancy— Mt. Spring Road, Farmington, Connecticut 

Smith, Olea— Sandy Hook, Connecticut 

Spalding, Susan— Main Street, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts 

Spurgeon, Joan— 35 Linwood Avenue, Newton, New Jersey 

Stahlbrand, Kristina— Cross Road, Boxford, Massachusetts 

Stevens, Kathy— 83 Academy Road, North Andover, Massachusetts 

Stouffer, Stephanie— 145 Shore Road, Old Greenwich, Connecticut 

Stringfellow, Dorothy— 5880 Huntly Road, Richmond, Virginia 

Sweet, Meriby— 15 Hall Avenue, Ballardvale, Massachusetts 

Tarbell, Anne— 15 High Street, Belfast, Maine 

Thomas, Caroline— The Brick House, Ring's Island, Newburyport, Massachusetts 

Thurber, Julia— West View Farm, Charlotte, Vermont 

Tod, Dorothy— 98 Fairway Drive, Youngstown, Ohio 

Twitchell, Ann— 151 Ledge Road, Burlington, Vermont 

Ule, Carol— 5 Lock Lane, Town of Rye, Port Chester, New York 

Upton, Mary— 39 Fearing Road, Hingham, Massachusetts 

Valkenburgh, Ann— Newtown Turnpike, R.D. 201, Westport, Connecticut 

Van Winkle, Elizabeth-31 Centre Street, Rye, New York 

Von Der Heyde, Sarah— Hawks Hill Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Walker, Brenda— Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Wallace, Susan— 2 Dartmouth Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Wanning, Esther— Ulster Landing Road, Box 284, R.D. 3, Saugerties, New York 

Weber, Susan— 99 Maher Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Wheeler, Dorothy— Brushy Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Wilkins, Margaret— 299 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 

Wilkinson, Susan— Auldwood Lane, Rumson, New Jersey 

Wood, Elizabeth— 49 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 






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Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 



Jesse Agor 
Phillip S. Babb 
Edwin Lex Bacon 
John W. Barclay 
James L. Barngrove, Jr. 
G. Grenville Benedict 
John Bidwell 
Frederick W. Bradley 
F. Thomas Critchley 
Horace Davis 
William P. Dudley 
David J. Fox 
John Fox 

Charles R. Greene 
James H. Grew 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Admiral and 
Mrs. Howard 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 



Malcolm B. Jones 
Stillman A. Kuhns 
Daniel MacCorkle 
Rolland F. Mahoney 
Edwin W. Marvin 
John S. Mason 
Charles B. McGehee 

Mrs. Robert M. Morris 

F. Porter 

Glenn H. Roundy 

, S. Braymer Sherman, Jr. 
Fred Tod, Jr. 

. John A. Thompson 
Charles F. Tr avers 



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WILL APOLOGIZE 




Compliments Of 
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SUZEE and DEE-DEE 



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BEST OF LUCK 
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KEITH BARBOUR 
BILL BEVIS 
BILL CRUIKSHANK 
ANDY ENGVALL 
MITCH GAIL 



JOHN HARTNETT 
GEORGE HUGHES 
SKIP MOSELEY 
COLIN SANDERSON 
CHARLIE SAWYER 



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WILLIAM F. HITCH, Pres. 



LIGHT and POWER CONSTRUCTION 



COMPANY 



202 N. DuPont Road 



Elsmere :: Delaware 



Compliments 


Compliments 




of 


of 


THE CURLY TOP BEAUTY 


LOOK PHOTO, INC. 


SHOP 




Telephone GR 5- 3711 



BEST WISHES 
SEALTEST ICE CREAM 

JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 



LAWRENCE 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 



of 



ALLEN QUIMBY VENEER CO. 



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Congratulations to the Class of '59 




FORD'S COFFEE SHOP 




Main Street — Andover 




Where the Abbot girls meet 


Compliments Of 




the 




ANDOVER SHOP 


Compliments Of 


, 


VALENTINES 




166 N. Main Street 




ANDOVER 




GR 5-2929 






Compliments of 


"Tomorrow 


A FRIEND 


is Gonna 




Be a Drag" 




THE BEATNIKS 


Compliments Of 




THE DODGE ASSOCIATES, Inc. 




Care of Trees and Shrubs 




268 Main St. - WENHAM, MASS. 




Telephone Hamilton 858 




Reservation Rd. - ANDOVER, MASS. 




Telephone GReenleaf 5-0841 



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YOU CAN TRUST 
Cuticura 

Cuticura is the world's best known name 
in skin care. Every product is unique, 
superior. Cuticura Soap . . . for softer, 
smoother, brighter skin. Cuticura Ointment 
. . . for overnight relief of blemishes 
and dryness. Cuticura Medicated Liquid . . . 
for daytime use on blemishes and summer skin 
discomforts. Cuticura Squeeze-Bottle Talcum, 
with G-8 . . . antiseptic, deodorizing, exquisite. 
Cuticura Squeeze-Bottle Shampoo . . . for brighter, 
more manageable hair. At your druggist. 

POTTER DRUG & CHEMICAL CORP. - MALDEN, MASS. 



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$4.25 


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All sizes including 1 1 


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Available in Navy or White 


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WRIGHT & DITSON 


Wedding Invitations 
Complete Service 


462 Boylston Street 
Boston 16 — Massachusetts 


Fine Stationery and Engraving 




GIFTS GREETINGS CARDS 


S. S. PIERCE CO. 


M. T. BIRD & CO. 


Est. 1831 
BOSTON, MASS. 


39 West Street, Boston 


Home of Delicious Foods 


1286 Beacon Street, Brookline 





CONGRA TULA TIONS To The Class of 1959 



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YOUR YEARBOOK LITHOGRAPHER 

Portland Lithograph Company 
252 Spring Street — Portland, Maine 





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D'AMORE'S 
SHOE SERVICE 

Expert Shoe Repair 



Opposite the Library 



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F. A HISCOX CO., Inc. 

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Department Store 

Household Linens, Rugs, 
Blankets, Curtains 

60 Main Street, Andover 



JAMES 
Hair Designer 

66 Main Street 

ANDOVER MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone GReenleaf 5-0970 



THE COFFEE MILL 



Breakfast - Luncheon • Supper 

125 MAIN STREET 
Andover Mass. 



MACARTNEY'S 

Clothing for Men and Boys 
Ladies' Sportswear 

5 Main Street - - Andover, Mass. 



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Telephone GR 5-1855 




ANDE'S 


Compliments Of 


BEAUTY SALON 

Thirty-one Main Street 


FRED E. CHEEVER 


Andover — Massachusetts 

Ande's Coiffures Reflect Quality 


Real Estate and Travel 


and Style 





"Things Different' 

Clothes and Accessories of the Better Type 



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LAWRENCE 



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NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND'S 



LARGEST HARDWARE STORE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR 



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357 North Main Street 
SHAWSHEEN 

'Where Drycleaning is an Art' 



THE 



FURNITURE BARN 



WILSON'S CORNER 



North Andover 



Mass. 



ANDOVER 
PLAYHOUSE 



Essex Street Andover 



MARY ANNS CARD SHOP 

Fine Yarns and Greeting Cards 
Personalized Stationery 

92 MAIN STREET 
Andover Mass. 




SMART & FLAGG, INC. 



Insurance Exclusively 



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Merrimack Valley's Leading 
Family Department Store" 

11 Main St. - ANDOVER, MASS. 

309 Essex St. - LAWRENCE, MASS. 

Telephone GR 5-6161 



BANK BUILDING 



Andover 870 



Main Streets' 



Businessman's Luncheon Served 12 to 2 

CHARLES STEAK HOUSE, INC. 

A. C. Kostandin, Pres. 

Private Dining Room For All Occasions 
Routes 125 and 133 NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 

Telephone MU 2-7732 



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THE RAVEN BEAUTY SHOPPE 
28 Park Street — An dover 

Telephone GR 5-1136 

We pride ourselves on our 

Scalp Treatments — Facials 

Hair Stylings and Permanents 

— Opposite the Fire Station — 



Corsets — Elastic Stockings — Hosiery 
Lingerie — Surgical Supports 

THE DAME SHOP 
40 Main Street, Andover 

Telephone GR 5-1658 



ANDOVER COUNTRY STORE 

and 
Quaint Olde Coffee Shoppe 

ANTIQUES - - GIFTS 



MORRISSEY 
TAXI SERVICE 

Paul W. Collins, Prop. 
Telephone 59 

32 Park Street 
ANDOVER MASS. 

Telephone GR 5-0059 




Andover Inn 

at Andover, Mass"* 



SCHOOL JEWELRY 



WATCHES 



On the Campus 

of 

PHILLIPS ACADEMY 

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PRIVATE DINING ROOMS 
For Your School Functions 



JOHN H. GRECOE 

Watchmaker 
Jeweler 
Optician 

OFFICIAL SCHOOL JEWELRY 

46 Main Street 
ANDOVER - MASS. 



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Education, knowledge and experience 




are your treasures which no man can 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


take away from you. May you ever 
increase this wealth and may it bring 


HIGHWAY HOTEL 


you happiness. 




Protection for your life, your income and 


CONCORD, N. H. Tel. CA 5-6687 


your worldly possessions is our business. 




Please call on us. 


85 Motel Rooms 


"Quality Protection — Unexcelled Service" 




GEORGE F. EBERLE, DUDLEY P. BAMERICK 


Coffee Shop Lounge 


106 Brooklea Drive 




Fayetteville, N. Y. 




Insurance — Bonds 




COMPLIMENTS OF THE 



ANDOVER GIFT HOUSE 



SALEM COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING C0. # INC. 

Saleir Depot 
New HamDshire 



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ERRIMACK 



ALLEY NATIONAL BANK 

Continuous Community Service since 1814 



Andover 

Georgetown 

Haverhill 

Lawrence 

Merrimac 

Methuen 

North Andover 

MASSACHUSETTS 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 



Compliments 
of 

A DAD 




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LAWRENCE WHOLESALE DRUG CO. 



Lawrence 



Massachusetts 



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BEST WISHES 



for 



Happiness and Success 



Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas C. Gerros 



Trading here you save with safety. 




a full and complete 




line of — 




REVLON BEAUTY AIDS 


FOOTWEAR 


CHANEL PERFUMES 


Style and Quality 


L'fcNTHERIC TOILETRIES 






REINHOLD'S 


THE HARTIGAN 


13 Main Street Andover 


PHARMACY 




Andover Mass. 





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SPECIAL . . . 

Student Tours to Europe 
College Week in Bermuda 

Apply for Details 

BASSETT'S TOURS 

37 MERRIMACK STREET 

Haverhill, Mass. 



HILL'S HARDWARE 



ATHLETIC GOODS 



Main Street 



Andover, Mass. 



BILLINGS, INC. 

Jewelers — Opticians 



ANDOVER 



MASS. 



JOHNNY'S SUPER MARKETS, 
Inc. 



43 Park Street 



ANDOVER 



MASS. 



"Your Local Specialists In Sports" 

WHITWORTH'S 
Rubber and Sporting Goods Store 



581 Essex Street 



Lawrence, Massachusetts 



DALTON'S 



PHARMACY 



Andover 



Massachusetts 



Good Luck '59 



PHINNEY'S 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

BEEBE RUBBER 
COMPANY 



GARDEN STATE FARMS, INC. 

Peter and Edythe Sandfort 
MIDLAND PARK NEW JERSEY 



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Jeff, Ted, Buzz, Tony, Jim, Nat, Bruce, Chris 

Dedicated to the Class of '59 

THE DISCARDED DISCORDS 




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